* Jimmy Wang Yang def. Jamie Noble * Deuce & Domino def. WWE Tag Team Champions Matt Hardy & United States Champion MVP (Non-title) * World Heavyweight Champion Batista vs. Mark Henry (Non-title, no contest)
Results:Beyond the matrimony By Lennie DiFino September 21, 2007
ATLANTA – The season premiere of Friday Night SmackDown was expected to be its biggest ever, and in that respect, it did not disappoint. However, by the end of the evening, our fans in the Philips Arena and at home watched as rivalries both recent and past were brutally rekindled, while a couple’s vow to love and cherish each other was doused by tragedy.
619: Flight grounded Rey Mysterio wasn’t able to recapture the World Title at Unforgiven’s Triple Threat Match with Khali and Batista, but the high-flying former champion granted his first SmackDown interview since returning from injury. However, when JBL felt Michael Cole was being “too soft” with his line of questioning, the SmackDown commentator began berating the Superstar who forced him to retire from the ring last year. Rey challenged JBL to a fight, but the self-proclaimed “wrestling god” introduced the man who loves to fight, Finlay. The Irishman attacked, leaving Rey down and out in the center of the ring. Watch the video…
Deflated It looked as if WWE Tag Team Champions MVP & Matt Hardy might finally be on the same page as a team, but the latest chapter in their title reign took a turn for the worse Friday when Deuce & Domino defeated them in non-title action. The Ballin’ Superstar took both tag titles as well as his United States Championship when he walked out Atlanta’s Philips Arena in. These rivals-turned-partners have already been skating on thin ice for weeks; will this loss to the former champions be the thing to break it?
Not-so Noble Jamie Noble has had no luck since losing a series of matches against Cruiserweight Champion of the World Hornswoggle. In fact, his ring losses have been second only to his personal embarrassments at the hands of Mr. McMahon’s “li’llegitimate” son, and his troubles only grew on SmackDown Friday night. While facing Jimmy Wang Yang, Noble exited the ring when he saw what he believed to be Hornswoggle’s hat. Instead, he found Shannon Moore donning the hat and laughing at Noble. The lapse in judgment soon cost Noble the match, as Yang capitalized to get the victory.
Batista a giant-sized target The World Heavyweight Champion Batista’s first Friday night since reclaiming the title was certainly not what he had planned. Instead of celebrating his long journey back to the top, Batista was confronted by Mark Henry, leading to a non-title contest between the two. During the match, The Great Khali interfered and aided Henry in decimating The Animal with a violent barrage of power. Batista may have even bigger problems in his future, though, because at No Mercy, he must defend his title against the colossal Khali in a Punjabi Prison Match. Read the whole story…
Ceremonial shocker A night that was supposed to see the hearts of Theodore Long and Kristal united in marriage instead witnessed the chaos that ensued when SmackDown’s General Manager – in the middle of saying “I do” – suddenly collapsed. The distraught screams of Kristal resonated throughout the Philips Arena as SmackDown came to a traumatic end in front of our shocked fans, Superstars and wedding guests. Even prior to this tragedy, the wedding had its share of ceremonial jitters, as Jillian Hall sang, The Godfather pimped, and Hornswoggle and Jonathan Coachman’s antics completely disrupted the happy occasion. Read the whole story…
NoDQ.com > TNA > TNA iMPACT Results - September 20, 2007 Posted by Steve Carrier on 09/20/2007 at 11:54 PM
- The maniacal Judas Mesias made his TNA in-ring debut, defeating Eric Young in singles action. Mesias dominated Young, beating and bloodying him. Shark Boy attempted to save EY, but Mesias annihilated him as well. It wasn’t until “The War Machine” Rhino hit the ring that Mesias backed off his path of destruction. More on Mesias below…
- TNA World Tag Team Champion Ron “The Truth” Killings defeated “The Phenomenal” AJ Styles after Adam “Pacman” Jones spraypainted AJ’s face, allowing Killings to get the pin. Team Pacman will defend the TNA World Tag Team Championship against Styles and Tomko at “Bound For Glory”.
- Karen Angle attempted to apologize to Sting for her actions, but Sting had a surprise for Karen…a restraining order! Cops hauled off Karen, despite protests from Kurt Angle. Sting told Karen he would see her at “Bound For Glory”, but she had to stay 50 feet away from him until now on!
- Christian Cage defeated Junior Fatu following interference by AJ Styles. Tomko joined in on a post-match beatdown of Fatu, but “The Samoan Submission Machine” Samoa Joe hit the ring to chase off Cage and his crew!
- As “iMPACT!” was about to go off the air, cameras caught Judas Mesias attacking Sting in the backstage area!
Elijah Burke def. Stevie Richards, Tommy Dreamer and Kevin Thorn (Fatal Four Way)
Balls Mahoney def. Mike Knox
Big Daddy V def. Boogeyman
Results: Fatal road to No Mercy By Andrew Rote September 18, 2007ATLANTA – The Land of the Extreme is a world that revolves around the ECW Championship. ECW on Sci Fi exemplified just that when Elijah Burke, Kevin Thorn, Tommy Dreamer and Stevie Richards explained why they should each be CM Punk's next challenger.
After arguing over who deserves the title opportunity the most, the four Superstars had their decision made for them by General Manager Armando Estrada. An Elimination Chase to No Mercy would determine CM Punk’s No Mercy opponent for the gold. The competition commenced as soon as Estrada finished, as the four squared off in a Fatal Four Way Match. Three would remain eligible to confront each other once again, but whoever fell victim to a pin would face elimination. (WATCH) Read more on this story…
ECW on Sci Fi featured another huge match – literally – when Big Daddy V took on Boogeyman. The worm enthusiast put up a good fight, but the massive monster proved to be too much man for him when the student flattened the closet lurker. The match served as the climax thus far to one of ECW’s biggest rivalries, and as proof that there truly is nothing that can stop Big Daddy V.
Earlier in the night, Extreme Exposé put on a show for our fans once again. The best seat in the house, though, belonged to Kelly Kelly’s Balls Mahoney bear, which sat in the corner of the ring. After the performance, Mahoney redeemed last week’s loss to Mike Knox with a convincing win. But his real reason for celebrating that night came when he grabbed the microphone and asked Kelly out. She smiled, then got pulled backstage by The Miz and the other Exposé members before she could answer. Nonetheless, Mahoney announced that he would take that as a yes. (WATCH)
Intercontinental Champion Jeff Hardy def. Shelton Benjamin "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan def. Daivari in a Flag Match Women's Champion Candice Michelle & Mickie James def. Melina and Jillian Hall Triple H def. World Tag Team Champions Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch in a Handicap Match (disqualification) WWE Champion John Cena def. Santino Marella (disqualification) Randy Orton def. Mr. Cena (disqualification)
Results: Glamazon on the warpath By Corey Clayton September 17, 2007NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Mount. St. Glamazon is ready to erupt.
After dominating the Women’s Champion Candice Michelle at Unforgiven, Beth Phoenix thought she should be wearing the gold as top Diva. But Candice caught the towering Phoenix in a crucifix, and scored a surprising pinfall.
The menacing Glamazon stood at ringside on Raw, staring down her Unforgiven opponent in Nashville as she competed in tag team action. After Candice and Mickie James defeated Melina and Jillian Hall, the Glamazon took the Women’s Championship into the ring and placed it on the champion’s shoulder. Then, Beth slapped the gold forcefully, perhaps as a warning to the Women’s Champion that she’s not settling for second best.
Beth locked eyes with Candice as she left the ring. Both elite Divas know that they may cross paths for the championship again, perhaps sooner than later.
In other developments on Raw:
A Hardy result Still suffering from the ill-effects of The Great Khali’s crushing Vise Grip a week ago, Jeff Hardy successfully defended his Intercontinental Championship against former three-time champion Shelton Benjamin.
As Benjamin tried to snatch and throw Hardy from the top turnbuckle, Hardy blocked the attempt and pushed Benjamin down to the canvas. The “Rainbow-haired Warrior” hit his patented Swanton Bomb and earned the hard-fought three-count.
Win for Old Glory Ring veteran “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan defeated Daivari in a classic WWE match – a Flag Match. With the flags of the USA and Iran above the corner posts, Duggan was able to send the Arab grappler to the floor and get to the Stars and Stripes first to earn the victory.
Father’s Day John Cena could only watch helplessly, handcuffed to the ring ropes, as his dad took a beating from Randy Orton and his war with the Legend Killer got even more personal. Story … | Watch the video…
Gang Green Mr. McMahon’s efforts to rid himself of his illegitimate son, Hornswoggle, went awry. Hornswoggle didn’t exactly mesh with his prospective new adopted family, leaving the Chairman fuming. Story … | Watch the video …
Handicap Match Not Cool After being the butt of numerous “Hornswoggle’s Mom” jokes, Mr. McMahon ordered Triple H to face the World Tag Team Champions Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch in a Handicap Match. Carlito interfered, but The Game fended off the cool Caribbean Superstar. The two will face off in a steel cage next week on Raw. Story … | Watch the video…
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